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Jets Part Ways With Van Roten Following Addition of Herbig


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In a move that was much expected after adding Nate Herbig, the Jets have let go of guard Greg Van Roten.

We've claimed OL Nate Herbig and released OL Greg Van Roten.

— New York Jets (@nyjets) May 6, 2022

The move will save the Jets $3.5 million against the cap after getting Herbig for $2.4 million, resulting in net saving of $1.4 million.  Seizing the opportunity to get younger and better for a cheaper price was a no-brainer for Joe Douglas.

Van Roten started 23 games over two seasons with the Jets but was benched mid-season in favor of Laurent Duvernay-Tardif.

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18 minutes ago, ManCave Analyst said:

He was a Terrible signing. Good riddance to a lazy , ineffective , and ROTEN offensive lineman. This should send a clear message to any Jet players to be accountable for your own POOR Play . And not place blame on a rookie QB for holding on to the ball too long when giving an interview.


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Lazy?  Quite a comment from behind your keyboard on a Jets website in the middle of a work day?  Interesting take...........

The guy didnt play well but its probably better to leave it at that then disrespect someone's work ethich who has played 7+ years  in the league and made millions of dollars doing it.

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